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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Երդման հանդիսավոր արարողություն Քրիստափոր Իվանյանի անունը կրող ռազմամարզական վարժարանում

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        Three Azerbaijani servicemen injured in mine explosion

        Three Azerbaijani soldiers have been injured in a mine explosion, the press service of the Azerbaijani defense ministry told Trend Oct.30.

        Three soldiers of the Azerbaijani armed forces have been injured as a result of mine explosion on the contact line of Azerbaijani and Armenian troops in Tovuz district.

        The cause of the explosion was a bomb left over from the times of war, according to preliminary version.

        After first aid was provided to soldiers, they were taken to a local military medical facility. Currently, the injured are under the supervision of qualified physicians and there is no threat to their lives.

        A criminal case was initiated in connection with the incident, investigation is underway by the Military Prosecutor's Office.

        The ministry of defense once again recommends media representatives to use only official data in connection with the events taking place at the frontline.

        The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries began in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan. As a result of the ensuing war, in 1992 Armenian armed forces occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan, including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven surrounding districts.

        The two countries signed a ceasefire agreement in 1994. The co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, Russia, France and the US are currently holding peace negotiations.

        Armenia has not yet implemented the UN Security Council's four resolutions on the liberation of the Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding regions.

        http://en.trend.az/azerbaijan/politics/2450550.html

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                Նախարար. 2016-ին կավարտվի Հայաստանի հյուսիսում օդանավակայանի կառուցումը
                02.11.2015

                2016-ին կավարտվի Հայաստանի հյուսիսում՝ Ստեփանավանում օդանավակայանի կառուցումը: Այդ մասին նոյեմբերի 2-ին Հայաստանի խորհրդարանում 2016-ի պետբյուջեի քննարկմանը հայտնել է Տարածքային կառավարման եւ արտակարգ իրավիճակների նախարար Արմեն Երիցյանը: Հիշեցնենք, ավելի վաղ օդանավակայանի կառավարումը հանձնվել էր հանրապետության ԱԻՆ-ին:

                «Մենք պայմանավորվել ենք մեր ռուս գործընկերների հետ: Մեզ ծանր ուղղաթիռներ են անհրաժեշտ, խոսքը Մի-24-ի եւ Կա-32-ի մասին է: Մենք պայմանավորվել ենք, որ մեր գործընկերներն այստեղ կծառայեն եւ կհերթապահեն: Մենք մտածում ենք հեշտ ինքնաթիռների եւ ուղղաթիռների մասին եւ այդ նպատակով աշխատում ենք ռուս, շվեյցարացի եւ ֆրանսիացի գործընկերների հետ: Հեռանկարում ուզում ենք լայն գործառույթներով օդանավակայան ունենալ», - հավելել է նա:

                http://news.am/arm/news/293974.html

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                  Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                  Նախարար. 2016-ին կավարտվի Հայաստանի հյուսիսում օդանավակայանի կառուցումը
                  02.11.2015

                  2016-ին կավարտվի Հայաստանի հյուսիսում՝ Ստեփանավանում օդանավակայանի կառուցումը: Այդ մասին նոյեմբերի 2-ին Հայաստանի խորհրդարանում 2016-ի պետբյուջեի քննարկմանը հայտնել է Տարածքային կառավարման եւ արտակարգ իրավիճակների նախարար Արմեն Երիցյանը: Հիշեցնենք, ավելի վաղ օդանավակայանի կառավարումը հանձնվել էր հանրապետության ԱԻՆ-ին:

                  «Մենք պայմանավորվել ենք մեր ռուս գործընկերների հետ: Մեզ ծանր ուղղաթիռներ են անհրաժեշտ, խոսքը Մի-24-ի եւ Կա-32-ի մասին է: Մենք պայմանավորվել ենք, որ մեր գործընկերներն այստեղ կծառայեն եւ կհերթապահեն: Մենք մտածում ենք հեշտ ինքնաթիռների եւ ուղղաթիռների մասին եւ այդ նպատակով աշխատում ենք ռուս, շվեյցարացի եւ ֆրանսիացի գործընկերների հետ: Հեռանկարում ուզում ենք լայն գործառույթներով օդանավակայան ունենալ», - հավելել է նա:

                  http://news.am/arm/news/293974.html
                  KA-32 isn't mainly for navies?

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                    I hope it's false.

                    Kremlin thank Azerbaijan region of Karabakh: Russian expert

                    "As a reward for joining the Eurasian Union (EAEC) Russia, it appears to offer Azerbaijan several regions around Karabakh and the introduction of peacekeeping forces in the area. In an interview with Baku portal minval.az said Russian political scientist and social activist Andrei Piontkovsky. According to him, the "Big Moscow offer Azerbaijan can not and does not want to" because "due to the Karabakh conflict Moscow controls both Baku and Yerevan."

                    https://www.oximity.com/article/%D0%...qYNL4.facebook

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                      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                      I hope it's false.

                      Kremlin thank Azerbaijan region of Karabakh: Russian expert

                      "As a reward for joining the Eurasian Union (EAEC) Russia, it appears to offer Azerbaijan several regions around Karabakh and the introduction of peacekeeping forces in the area. In an interview with Baku portal minval.az said Russian political scientist and social activist Andrei Piontkovsky. According to him, the "Big Moscow offer Azerbaijan can not and does not want to" because "due to the Karabakh conflict Moscow controls both Baku and Yerevan."

                      https://www.oximity.com/article/%D0%...qYNL4.facebook

                      These days political analysts are ten to the penny.
                      Unfortunately there does not exist a league table to rank them in their prophetic talents.

                      So here is my take ,

                      A. The Sultan to his credit has expressed an antipathy to joining the Eurasian Union.
                      His reasons are avoiding the Russian political umbrella and also does not see economic advantage.

                      B. The Sultan’s position has been and is the return of Karabagh in its entirety to Azerbaijan.
                      The only concession he might make is to stop demanding Zangezur and Erivan.

                      C. Peace keeping Forces, Armenia does not need or want. Azerbaijan would only agree peace keepers on Soviet borders.

                      D. Including peacekeepers in the deal shows the amount of expected mistrust between the parties.
                      It is also ominous in the sense that Russia wants to position itself firmly in the area.

                      Any analyst who can foresee the line-up of these low probability events should definitely be considered to be in the premier league.

                      .
                      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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